I believe that you asked this question twice before today, in these threads:
Again, it's not at all clear what you mean by "thrown out." That is not a term with legal meaning. If you plead to a crime, the court should have a copy of the judgment, and there should be a recording of the hearing available as well (though this may depend on how long ago it occurred. These days, all Oregon court proceedings are electronically recorded using a system called FTR ["For The Record"]. You can order an audio CD of any hearing for about $10.). It seems quite unlikely that no copy would have been kept. You should consult in private with an attorney in your area if you have questions about your case. They will know how to obtain a copy of the file. You can call the Oregon State Bar for a referral at 503-684-3763.
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